Lagan Construction Group has been successful in winning 3 new airport contracts, in the Isles of Scilly, Bristol and in North Dakota in the US. Lagan Construction Group’s work at the Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota will consist of placing 45,000 tonnes of graded aggregate base course and 35,000 tonnes of polymer modified asphaltic concrete. The £8.2 million contract is programmed to last 4 months with expected commencement date of May 2014.
The St Mary’s Runway Resurfacing contract on the Isles of Scilly is valued at £3.7 million and will involve runway resurfacing and reconstruction which includes the upgrading of airfield ground lighting, drainage and apron reconstruction. The contract is due to commence in March/April 2014 with expected six month duration.
Finally, Lagan Construction Group is currently undertaking a £4 million contract which involves the construction of a 65,000 Sq. Ft portal frame hangar at Bristol Airport. Works will also include a comprehensive MEP fit out; internal fit-out to include welfare and office/meeting room facilities. Externally, works will include new hard-standings, landscaping and the realignment of the existing runway.
These contract awards follow the successful completion of the £56 million Guernsey Airport Re-development Project contract delivered by Lagan Construction Group.
“We are delighted to be awarded these 3 airport contracts, in the USA, Isles of Scilly and in the UK. Having completed projects on over 50 airports across 5 continents, airport infrastructure works are a core part of our business and our teams are experienced in providing the engineering skills and technologies necessary to deliver both airside and groundside support facilities.”Colin Loughran, Chief Executive Officer of Lagan Construction Group